KATE Middleton and Prince William have shared sweet new photos together ahead of their tenth wedding anniversary tomorrow.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, whose love story captured the nation, are set to celebrate a decade of marriage on April 29.
And the couple marked the impressive milestone by releasing two new photographs together.
The first shows them beaming in the grounds of Kensington Palace – with the snap mimicking a photo taken to celebrate the couple's engagement 11 years ago.
The second pic shows them sitting on the ground together with Kate holding his wife in his arms.
Kate looks stunning in a blue dress while Prince William grins at the camera in a matching blue jumper.
The duchess' engagement ring – the stunning sapphire once worn by William's mother Princess Diana – is seen sparkling.
Since walking down the aisle ten years ago, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have welcomed three adorable kids and embarked on some glamorous foreign tours.
Wills and Kate tied the knot on April 29 2011 in a ceremony at Westminster Abbey that was watched by two billion people across the world.
The couple first met while studying art history at St Andrew’s University, where the Prince fell head over heels for Kate during a charity fashion show she was modelling in.
During their second year, the pair become roommates – the point at which William said their relationship “blossomed”.
Wills and Kate were first photographed together on a ski trip to Klosters, Switzerland in 2004 – and celebrated graduation together the following year.
In 2007, Kate and William broke up for a short period, with the Duchess-to-be later saying she “wasn’t very happy” about it but it made her a “stronger person”.
But the following year, they reunited and were spotted vacationing together at Cloisters again.
Kate would later join Wills when he received his wings from the Royal Air Force and attend a private reception with Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall after the ceremony.
Prince William finally popped the question in 2010 while the pair were on vacation in Kenya – using his mother Diana’s ring.
The ring actually belonged to Harry – but he selflessly gave it to his older brother after learning Wills was ready to propose.
Their engagement was publicly announced a month later with a famous portrait photo taken at St James Palace.
During their engagement interview, William said: “We had a little private time away together with some friends, and I just decided it was the right time really.”
The following year, Kate and Wills said “I do” in a historic royal wedding watched by millions of Brits.
The Duchess of Cambridge stunned in an Alexander McQueen gown designed by Sarah Burton – while the Queen lent Kate her special Cartier Scroll Tiara for the occasion.
Celebrities, foreign royals and international politicians flocked to the wedding, during which the Queen granted the couple the titles of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
The Cambridges welcomed their first child, Prince George, in 2013, followed by Princess Charlotte two years later.
Their youngest child, Prince Louis, was born in 2018.
COUPLE WEATHER STORMS TOGETHER
Kate and Wills, who have stood beside one another through the ups and downs of Royal life, shared the touching snap just a day after they were pictured on their first royal engagement since December at a farm in Little Stainton, Co Durham.
The couple laughed as they drove tractors and petted animals at the family run farm, before visiting youth charity The Cheesy Waffles Project.
A new BBC documentary will air on Friday to celebrate the couple’s historic day.
Royal Wedding: A Day To Remember will feature an interview with Dr Rowan Williams, the former Archbishop of Canterbury who married the couple, and then prime minister David Cameron.
Dr Williams said: “I really thought, ‘I have arrived at last,’ when I gave up my place in the queue for the bathroom to David and Victoria Beckham.
"I thought, ‘I’ve arrived, celebrity at last’.”
David Cameron, who was then PM, tells the programme: “Everything looked so perfect.”
He added: “I think they’ve completely lived up to the promise they made of believing in public service.”
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